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Photo Gallery: Monroeville Library rings in 2019

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| Friday, January 4, 2019 9:31 a.m
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Lillian DeDomenic
A capacity crowd rings in 2019 at the Monroeville Library on Dec. 31, at the annual Ball Drop for residents and their families. In addition to enjoying the games, crafts and refreshments, everyone hand a chance to make their own New Year’s hat and noise maker. Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune-Review
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Lillian DeDomenic
Balloons fall as the crowd rings in 2019 at the Monroeville Library on Dec. 31, at the annual Ball Drop. Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune-Review
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Lillian DeDomenic
A capacity crowd rings in 2019 at the Monroeville Library on Dec. 31, at the annual Ball Drop for residents and their families. Rowena Roche, 4, Leila Svitko, 5, and Meadow Golick, 4, can hardly hold back the excitement as balloons begin to drop all around them. Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune-Review

A capacity crowd rings in 2019 at the Monroeville Library on Dec. 31, at the annual Ball Drop for residents and their families. In addition to enjoying the games, crafts and refreshments, everyone hand a chance to make their own New Year’s hat and noise maker. Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune-Review

Balloons fall as the crowd rings in 2019 at the Monroeville Library on Dec. 31, at the annual Ball Drop. Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune-Review

A capacity crowd rings in the new year at the Monroeville Library on Monday afternoon, December 31 at the annual Ball Drop for residents and their families. In addition to the games, crafts, and refreshments, everyone hand a chance to make their very own New Years hat and noise maker. The excitment builds as the countdown to 2019 begins. Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune Review

A capacity crowd rings in 2019 at the Monroeville Library on Dec. 31, at the annual Ball Drop for residents and their families. Rowena Roche, 4, Leila Svitko, 5, and Meadow Golick, 4, can hardly hold back the excitement as balloons begin to drop all around them. Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune-Review



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